Reaching underserved communities requires developing multidisciplinary teams of providers and paying attention to both facility level and community level services.

Our theory of change assumes that strengthened organisations are better placed to implement an integrated response to health care, which in turn results in improved access to health services at the community level

Supporting community outreach services for lung cancer

A program funded by Bristol Meyers Squibb Foundation (BMSF) to support community outreach services for lung cancer, and other NDCs across all the BMSF funded programs in Southern Africa.

Focusing on improving community access to screening, testing and early detection of TB and lung cancer through mobile X-ray services.

The program is implemented in collaboration with Kimberely Hospital, Cancer for Charity Workers, a community ased organization in Kuruman, Northern Cape and Aurum Annova.

Adolescdent Girls and Young Women (AGYW)

UMhlathuze ADOLESCDENT GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN (AGYW) PROGRAM

uMhlathuze Adolescents Girls and Young Women (AGYW) Programme is implemented by a consortium which is made up of Strategic Analytics Management(SAM) EDI and Isibani Development Partners.  The program offers an age-tailored combination prevention package for AGYW aged 15-24 years and is implemented in Kwazulu Natal Province, King Cetshwayo District  City of uMhlathuze Sub-District

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UMhlathuze ADOLESCDENT GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN (AGYW) PROGRAM

uMhlathuze Adolescents Girls and Young Women (AGYW) Programme is implemented by a consortium which is made up of Strategic Analytics Management(SAM) EDI and Isibani Development Partners.  The program offers an age-tailored combination prevention package for AGYW aged 15-24 years and is implemented in Kwazulu Natal Province, King Cetshwayo District  City of uMhlathuze Sub-District

AGYW In school programme
AGYW Out of school programme
uMhlathuze

TB/HIV Program

The TB/HIV Grant 2019-2022 is an intervention programme that is being implemented in collaboration with National Department of Health (NDOH) to address the missing TB cases across all levels. 

The program is to be implemented in 9 priority TB districts, and Isibani has been appointed as a sub recipient of NDoH to implement in Johannesburg Health District and Ekurhuleni.

GRANT IMPLEMENTATION APPROACH

 The TB/HIV programme interventions will be implemented using a (QI) Quality Improvement approach which uses a combination of testing new/ innovative ideas, measurement, standardisation of processes and scale up, focusing on three intervention modules:

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Module I – TB CARE AND PREVENTION 

Finding the missing TB patients, linking and retention in care and providing appropriated treatment for latent TB infection, underpin by robust quality improvement (QI) methodology

Module 2- MULTI DRUG RESISTANT TB

The grant will focus on 2 aspect of community-based retention in care: (1) Pharmacovigilance in the form of drug safety monitoring (ADSM), and (2) Adhere support through community-based differentiated care

Module 3- TB/HIV

To ensure that the standard of care for all those with presumptive or diagnosed TB includes HIV Testing Services (HTS) and optimizing provision of LTBI treatment for eligible HIV positive people

The program will embark on improving community response and systems which will focus on HIV and TB interventions including tracing for early and late missed appointments and defaulters.

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Gauteng Health